Using Comparative & Superlative Terms in Spanish


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En mi viaje a Europa visité _____ 10 países.

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1. Los deportes (sports) son _____ interesantes que las noticias (news)

2. Los tiquetes aéreos son _____costosos de todos (of all)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Language terms that relate to the quality of things are known as comparative and superlative terms, items that the quiz and worksheet for this lesson will help you better understand. Learn about particular phrases and the proper use of these terms as they connect to the Spanish language.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The lesson resources will test you on:

  • Comparative phrases using multiple words
  • Using más to convey an amount
  • The necessity of de or los with these terms
  • Example sentences using comparative and superlative terms

Skills Practiced

The quiz and worksheet will assess your skills of:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related Spanish lesson
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast terminology from the lesson, such as más and los más
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to complete full sentences in Spanish using comparative and superlative terms

Additional Learning

Spend some time reviewing the lesson Using Comparative & Superlative Terms in Spanish to be sure that you have entirely understood all of the concepts and terminology. These objectives will be covered in this lesson:

  • Understand how comparatives of inequality relate to one another
  • Distinguish between relative levels such as less/least and more/most
  • Know the purpose served by de and los in certain sentences and when to use them
  • Work with example sentences to find the correct superlative or comparative term